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March 07, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

ARE AtinAib
T he patent moisteners do it.

VA foil 1

SPRING Y U AN At the OtJTFITTERIS.
lieof $3.00) and $4.00 HATS in tteelatest Spring Sthale.
'K 1w Fiest Line of1 Neekwean in tihe Cite.
:BOW:2DISI- & JSALAW'ESOIh

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I- QOI RZ 8 &1 WR J XRB:J,7

NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

TEX)\T TBOOKS FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER

-NI:XXXAND) SECXOND HIAIND.

NOTE-,BOODES A SP lC lA lri ' .

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A ii~v Arbor Savings Bankz I
to lneni I tan .in to
le "ti !. Itctetidepiosits, tnty ot
t Ii ,tioni Safety teposit, hones Co rent.
Cir ititthist in Mo,teTes.;W. . tc ion nb910 1(10Odo.
mI tm oei ' i Ne Pre.;.Chon.s. E.Htnn. (' a- a sf n 0 0 er"b iC 9tiii ''
t: t. . tretiz Annt. C &r hive. 1 i 0111
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS IhliiiroeitPinttptly.
PRINTIGand ill
_ '; PUBLISHEING 44 South Main Street.
Ann Arbor,Mih
Student Work a Specialty- UNIVERSITY NOTEt
"orieme.n eawtliLiowest iien in 1h ity.ie____
Lcntie'AetintieCairdressing Parlors. Speincer P. Cookie, lit i96
.tt.' ltiineii p, anniieneiri." Caire ntered the university.
e' niiii.,iiiteiin loeini thii ii -,
a l J. 1(eniiii~no.1,,3' 1. i.- (lion. XAV. Burnhtanm,lion
. - Cn inenni.practicing ot Flint, I icht.
ou,:gee i as I saaet Carrie .L. Heaton, lit '92
it iii9 lrnn- nrtiiaief scorr.

C/iitesin.yorehite light.
Isnasnti/iti 00 distilled tnoter.
Flbiveslih cgit/houtol oedorii.
Sold ilynly ~Dena i&Co.
ne zzeatiip iceItaeoiinoit.
DEAN & COMPANY.

6has in-
M'76,in
zin bank

J. A. Kreio, whlo was out of snchool
lasnt sentester, lion rctitried.
M ary Ii. Cooley, lit '9- Itas re-
nurnted her stutties in college.
Sec. Manny itas etlered schtool
again for plost-graduate work.
'Pine first jury cane in the practice

XX'. A. Livingstone, lit '89, in nose
in the employ of thne XWestertn Tran-
nit company altIBuffalo, N. V.
C. 1-t. Spencer, formerly lit '94,
han returned after an absence of twno
yearn, and takeoninp work wnithn '96.
Mrs. Ella Nichols, whlo atteindedl
Chicago tuniversily loot year, Itas re-
tutrned atollwill graduate witht '94.
XX'. A. :IlcAtdre,liit '86, inprin-
cipnal of tine high school departmtent
of Pratt InstituteIBrooklyn, N. V.
Sult.XV. S. Pierry, of the High
School, will spieak at Newberry hall
next Sabbath mtornting onn ii'ch

:QWM- R. FULDE,wo
vitlit.inhtti'itii-.iiiiii bo£n-Cnliot Ceei,.
U. OF M. FLAGS.
Sinetin n irenniiieiieit in
nr catchi pi. Prie,1. t50.
JVMAL Ri 0L)1 i, JnIio.
FLOVVLR5, F12 OWV R
tine- a geera tlnl iniinek. Pays iinner-
OC iiiieoitliBoxesfirnut .ti ne-
CR. CEMP-, ti-es. IF. H. ictotto Casintje.
Baiikitopeniyeiuritiing.
ICB s1o~j~
ITR ADD m.c , Tzic ft

- i- ~iiii 1qC court seas itearttets atternoon. "' gt ice tA' i t; 1'1,L'acne . ene 11
h t; 2 \\253IPr o nowis sick snitln typitoid r.anil Mrs. Gra srill give in tpyiCttle itre itsti tfiec
l ffti " and hlionbeetn remosved t ie le to tteir t nlied for i le i nary= fraiiii Ci iitni-i-ii-,
ane Oita steriarty othi phunl sNitlioi TIlS BRANsniperior itoialier.
Mltostal0. forttersIpupils and frietnds. Laster The Richmond Straightt No,.1 i,9ESE
ti HOTOR T. liH hIsa/ne/la :itcttae, lit ' in hack Xod aciai E~
________thi____osttniester, atid w'il -uctate witht M.H iueI 9 inceu ninh ni ie1 ml -
l~'S e ti c laosfttilln cug loies I i tini, iiil lii-1ihn4 ii'tlGOLD LiAF P
" inlss 1 auil tJ lilnelio ii Ietritin.i Coni
11t ha i~ttl'11~d o ( it~rr 1'. ntin -tte nditi tte state conceutiin BiWARE OF IMitATIONS, tili ninre
a Cllio. Ui thatittntitlliii'ilttloltcoilige no a
t hat so ci ty, t Ilitit. hlli i u i iilniii t
sl C tiaok. elw s'I vl,'Th VA1ItaNu t' l hlits post- t itio ns~
i p. sln iilhi son016 ednetin ,for theaiioiptiott of i's5Q~aoitc e
________________ artygat /Grangers ai~cdemyg, l-ida) cotnstitutioti atnilelectiotiof ofiiccrs Biiion Vumi
ii. 1 ir1ti.!i 50 't e iniit arcc i tnext Saturday civcuing at .8 o'clock.
Ci I iT ii i ' ltlgatso he IPnibay 'inetna/ore,atn opera utider thte TJAKE NOT"ICKE
001 NWET 0}1,,L .atnidtite practice coitrt were taketndrcto oll innrKnt. t
~ A1IO~AL TANKthtis afternoon for 'lo-XXit. siihnayo it ttetntk
.10NA A 'floe Repnublicatn club will htold atsIsarItswill lie given at tine opera
Cii' ANN A'.t it1t". electint of officers in the Inai lecture houtse April ito atndI i. ltii.o'in ~ dii i!Iili
enn100I ldC P 0 k s z rooCm toiniglit at u o'clock. At Vale the choice of sitdies in }hnln/i On ;Cl(i!"2C1C/l Sn// i/o in of i
-i biiiii. iiight iiilsolii.dit-. 0 Robt. if. XXocott lit 'g2,medic allosnetdonto nir adjuniors, iicc/r un
S.. idt.t.5.Nv.CiAieixahCN~ifninc.'9,, lion reinirned this senoesier 1o the first hasing tine privilege of elect- nC/c'iif i ii/t
ei s Cliil fb~iM ic1 CiN:u siituyfor a fMaster's dge. it(, fifteen hours a sneek and tine lot-
ieI. iirole -huma nitole iciole. a n Jesse tL Ieal, 11. 5. 'go, Michigan her but twelve hours. History'I iniusi ini-Cnl1411 f etl ziisttd dceeGy
t, iene i icnlre imevii v orsCi C ~ii Agricultural Col ei ta ngpo -
mutt, iii Cnnie ioii,- 'iio. uibu ee i tkigbos'the niost popular study, and econ-
i;tO Catmis!!«rttiiiisi iii ' i iiC iiiC., SN.';graduate snork this semester. Iomitn is next in favor.Non.2DEalt
iJ ! .> iiWanhingdoNnj. aTheLea ding Tailor'.

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